Partners in Education
Alexandria City Public Schools provide funding and in-kind resources to community organizations that serve as partners and share ACPS' mission to ensure each and every student succeeds.
ACPS partners provide valuable services for our students and families. We appreciate your support and the work that you do.
Superintendent's Business Advisory Council
Superintendent Alvin Crawley launched the Business Advisory Council (BAC) in January 2015 to assist Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS) in achieving its vision to become a high performing school division. Learn more.
ACPS Community Partners
Non-funded, voluntary partnerships requesting ACPS in-kind resources are considered on a rolling basis. All potential partners must complete and submit a Partnership Agreement Form. The Partnership Agreement outlines partner and ACPS responsibilities and includes a description of the partner goals and the anticipated impacts on student achievement.
ACPS Grant Partners
Community partners requesting funding from ACPS are required to respond to a Request for Qualifications (RFQ), a formal and competitive solicitation process. Currently, there are no available grant opportunities. Requests for grant proposals will be issued in the spring.
For more information regarding partnerships, contact:
Shanna L. Samson, M.A., M.S.W
Office of Partnerships and Community Engagement